Don't bother. This restaurant cannot handle the volume of food they are making, so are cutting corners. Literally everything we were served was pre-assembled (who knows *how* much ahead of time - hours? DAYS?) and re-heated poorly.
My fiancé and I went on a Friday night and were pleasantly surprised that only calling a couple hours ahead, we were able to get a reservation. We were hungry, and ended up showing up a half hour early, which even in the busy restaurant, the hostess was happy to accommodate us, which I appreciated.
Our waiter, Tom (?), was also very attentive and friendly; I liked the service.
We elected for the $32/4 course menu, once seeing that many of the entree offerings were on this menu, but the entree alone was a comparable price. Our waiter confirmed that most people, upon seeing this math, opt for the 4 course. Perhaps that's this restaurants downfall - their base prices are high for the area so they make it up with this popular 4 course menu that the kitchen can't handle. Why can't they just make everything a little lower and have nice-restaurant-quality food?
I got the pane cotto (baked spinach, bean, bread and cheese casserole). It was over-cooked and mushy; I'm actually not sure if they forgot to include the cubed bread or if it had just dissolved. This, just like my fiance's app and his entree - it didn't taste *bad*, per se - it just didn't taste like anything. He got either pre-frozen meatballs or otherwise tasteless ones to start. The sauce seemed fresh, which is nice, but again didn't taste like anything. He ordered the gnocchi entree, which was unfortunately in the same sauce and boring. I'm not experienced enough with gnocchi to know if they were previously frozen or just poorly done - the ones that I've had previously were delicate and filling at once, and burst in your mouth. These just...were non-offensive blobs (unless you're a gnocchi fan).
The salads were fine.
My entree was what got us really upset. I got scallops with shrimp over mashed potatoes. (May I first say that the shrimp were actually good). The scallops were in an egg batter, and by the way the coating completely separated from the scallop, whole, it made it seem as if they had been quickly seared ahead of time. This didn't help though that the scallops, while warm, still arrive raw. Not medium, just nearly-transparent raw.
This wasn't as bad as the mashed potatoes, which were really insulting. They were clearly made either several hours in advance, or more likely the day before and tasted grainy and "off" from being (again, like everything else) re-heated. (They could have actually avoided this texture/taste problem by adding a touch of milk or cream during the re-heating process).
The waiter did check on us, but after now (4) menu items that were bad, we didn't have the energy to send it back. That's our fault, and maybe if it was just a matter of heating up the scallops a bit more I would have - but I didn't want them cooked a third time, and the fact they had given us yesterday's mashed potatoes just made us give up.
The service was great, and the presentation was nice - but the food lacked any kind of finesse that would show that the cook either understood the basics of what they were doing, or that they were able to freshly prepare food at a restaurant volume.